Welcome Andrew9141Why would SpaceX decommission the FH before BFR is launching payloads? it means giving up on a certain segment of the market.
Quote from: scienceguy on 10/14/2017 04:32 pmSo what will be happening in human spaceflight in 2022, five years from now?Commercial Crew vehicles will be conducting regular crew rotation flights to the ISS. SpaceX (and possibly Boeing) will fly one tourist flight to LEO (or perhaps around the moon) a year.ISS extended to at least 2026. Likely 2028. Blue Origin and Virgin Galactic will be flying regular sub-orbital tourism flights. SLS/Orion will be gearing up for the EM-2 flight. DSG and a reusable manned lunar lander are under development. SpaceX will have made good progress on BFR but are years away from a first flight.
So what will be happening in human spaceflight in 2022, five years from now?